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76% shooter is at the stripe. indiana. it's not like there is a buzz saw of overall talent but as a team they're magnificent contributors. >> ian: they won the big ten title in 2013. they lost their top four scorers from that team that included oladipo and zeller. tom crean has been able to get this team back to that high level. >> bill: it's the speed of the game that's devastating. you've got to match it. the push. the willingness to spread and attack stretches your d. tough pass. >> ian: ferrell. the turnover. >> bill: he knows. a little giveaway. trimble a little frustrated. how smart is he?
actually picked it up, i think he was going to make a play for a cutting hoosier. >> i thought you were going to say "smarter than your average point guard." >> bill: that he is. that's not going out on a limb. >> ian: i'm like your "boo-boo." >> bill: hurt his shoulder again. >> ian: a left-shoulder injury he was dealing with heading into this game. >> bill: looks like that thing again -- even though he's bending over, excruciating pain. >> ian: he aggravated it against iowa. tom crean comes over. the medical staff will come over. dr. steve opfelt who played here for bob knight.
tip a ball, and did, by the way, did his job. >> bill: did and paid for it, and tom was saying to both of us that at the end of the year, it's happened so often they're going to have to address it. god bless him, huh? >> ian: indiana playing without robert johnson. high left-ankle sprain. morgan was a question mark for this game. hartman was a question mark for this game. they help the freshman to the locker room with 1:20 left to play. >> bill: yesterday he was saying "i feel pretty good. ready to go." remember the rebounding he got earlier in the game, soaring -- tom and the staff, tim buckley worked hard, chuck martin, rob
to hall of famer at st. mary's who watches the games, he studied, by the way -- la salle guy. >> ian: brantley in for maryland, trimble will sit and melo trimble wraps up his day with 17 points. four rebounds. three assists. >> bill: indiana puts so much pressure on you. constant. every trip. you've got to match it. >> ian: 17 for yogi ferrell. >> bill: nice hands. >> ian: layman gives it away. williams is fouled and now it's all window dressing for indiana. >> ian: layman has fouled out. the big ten tournament coming up in indianapolis. indiana will be in the be one seed. michigan state the two. maryland entering action could have been the three, or the
either way, they've got the double bye which was a big key for mark turgeon. >> bill: that's what his concern was. they've got a few days to get back together and get organized. this was a terrific performance. who was ready. watching practice, tom didn't want any letdown. layman's playing the game with them, not sitting down -- you get that reaction at home, don't you? >> ian: yeah, left, right. billy, maryland will be a part of it, indiana will be a part of it. we'll have it for you -- the big ten tournament, semifinals and finals on cbs from indianapolis next weekend. >> bill: from beginning to end. >> ian: it's going to be a battle too. >> bill: it's going to be a great tournament. seven guaranteed, maybe eight teams.
>> bill: yeah. >> ian: final 45 seconds. williams makes his move. hangs and hits. 80-62. williams has 23 to lead the hoosiers. >> bill: when he finishes at the rim, ooh, does that complement their sets. tom wanted to probably call that time out, continue play to get seniors in. >> ian: nickens had it blocked. anunoby. 20 seconds left. >> bill: they're going to call a time out and keep playing. just to keep playing. yeah. just to get the seniors in. >> ian: senior day. yogi ferrell. >> ian: indelible impact that
>> bill: a keeper. early in the year, struggled a little bit. notre dame game seems, tom, to have turned the season around for them -- buckley with the hug -- why not? he is hugable. i've seen him play a lot of good games. this kid tees it up. >> ian: jackson tharp is in. >> bill: don't rub it in. >> ian: he wants to get one more player in. tim priller. >> bill: something to talk about the rest of your life. >> ian: indiana riding the
big ten champions. they will enter the conference tournament as the number one seed. a convincing 80-62 win over maryland. the number 12 hoosier defeat the number 14 terrapins. for bill raftery, tracy wolfson and the rest of our crew, this is ian eagle saying so long from bloomington. tonight on cbs begins with 60 minutes followed by new episodes of emv madam secretary, the good wife and "c.s.i." cyber.
captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> this is the cbs evening news. >> glor: good evening, i'm jeff glor, nancy reagan is being remembered tonight as a first lady who redefined the role. president obama and first lady michelle obama offered that assessment, joining past presidents and world leaders paying tribute to mrs. reagan today. nancy reagan died from heart failure this morning at her home in los angeles. she was 94 years old. mrs. reagan will be laid to rest beside her husband of 52 years at the ronald reagan presidential library in simi valley, california. more now from bill plante who covered the reagan white house. >> the first lady of the united states, nancy davis reagan. >> reporter: it was a role that fit her like a glove. wife and partner to the leader of the free world. and it was a long way from where she started. anne francis robbins was born in
and when she was adopted by her stepfather, a prominent neurosurgeon, she took his name and became nancy davis. >> do you always have to keep your promises. >> hollywood called and she became a supporting actress in a number of films including the next voice you hear with james whitmore. davis was introduced to the head of the screen actors guild. his name was ronald reagan. she would later saying about his wife was the role i wanted most. >> hell cats of the navy was the only movie they made together. but as his tra jectory took him away from hollywood, she was in the first seat with him. many said she was more ambitious than he was. when they won the white house, the country was amazed by the gaze. the adoring look of a woman who said her main job in life was protecting him. but sometimes she couldn't.
attempt in 1981. and his bouts with cancer. nancy reagan had her critics. she was attacked for ordering $200,000 white house china during a recession. the president de fended her. >> there has been no new china for the white house since the tru man add mtion. >> there was, perhaps, no greater example of how close the reagans were than when the president was asked a question and the first lady fed him an answer. >> doing everything we can. >> thank you. >> hello to all of you listening. >> nancy reagan used her influence as first lady to set up a campaign to try to keep kids from taking drugs. >> i can't hear you. louder. >> just say no! >> theas' wonderful. >> five years after the reagan's left the white house, the former president announced that he was battling alzheimer disease. mrs. reagan snoak about it in an
"60 minutes" in 2002. >> that is the worst part about this disease. there is nobody to exchange memories with. >> reporter: so as one of reagan's faded from public view, his best supporting actress moved to center stage. she went to his birthday party, alone. >> i would like to propose a toast to my fella. >> reporter: she signed is books for him. chrisened ships named for him. and received medals awarded to him. there were tributes today from across the political spectrum. her steng of character was ledge answeredder. says president clinton. her influence on the white house was complete and lasting, wrote president and mrs. george w. bush. from president jimmy carter, theirs was one of our nation's great love stories and a model
country. sending condolences on behalf of herself and president george h-w bush, barbara bush said we take comfort that they will be reunited once more. and in a tweet from her stepson michael reagan, she is once again with the man she loved. god bless. until his death and beyond, she kept the flame. and in the end, burnishing and maintaining ronald reagan's legacy is her own. >> nancy, thank you for your love. and thank you for just being you. (applause) >> she really was pot we are behind the throne. nancy reagan spent her life protecting her husband. she did all the worrying so he didn't have to. and it was her instinct about people which in most cases decided who would work for ronald reagan ors who usefulness had expired. >> glor: it's one thing watching the white house, another covering it.
encounters with nancy reagan, did you not? >> yes, several. but the big one was at a reception when i introduced my date to her as my almost fiance. she gave me a withering stare and she said get her a ring. i did. >> glor: bill plante in our washington bureau, bill, thank you very much tonight. >> the republican presidential candidate's paused today to pay tribute to nancy reagan. here's julianna goldman. >> marco rubio called nancy reagan a true example of integrity and grace. in another tweet ted cruz said she will be remembered for her deep passion for this nation an love for her husband. an amazing woman, wrote donald trump. news of nancy reagan's death came on a day when most of the candidates vying to inherit ron all reagan's conservative legacy were taking a break before the next round of critical contests. >> she is now, she is to say with her ronnie. >> reporter: john kasich was the exception.
ohio, alongside arnold schwarzenegger, looking beyond the four states he lost yesterday. >> marco rubio had a very, very bad night. >> reporter: donald trump won kentucky and louisiana on saturday. but he lost to cruz in kansas an maine. rubio like kasich was 0 for 4 and last night trump called on the florida senator to drop out. >> i would love to take on ted one-on-one. that would be so much fun. >> reporter: cruz seemed to agree. >> you are not able to win primaries, if you are not amassing nuf delegates to get the nominee, every candidate has to reflect. >> reporter: while rubio insists he will win his home state of florida, some unlikely republicans are coming around to cruz, like senator lindsay graham who had this to say two weeks ago. >> if you kill ted cruz on the floor of the senate, and the trial was in the senate, nobody could convict you. rd today he said the gop needs to unit before march 15th.
made the best case thus far that he can be the alternative to trump. >> reporter: rubio is rejecting calls to drop out before march 15th. jeff, it looks like he scored his second win today. the associated press says rubio has won the puerto rico primary and will likely take the ter tow's 23 delegates. >> glor: julianna goldman, thank you. here is the counts tonight. donald trump has 374. toward the republican nom nation. ted cruz is next with 293, marco rubio has won 23 but will get more from puerto rico. on the democratic side hillary clinton has more than the 1100 delegates, more than double bernie sanders total. for both parties the big delegate prize this tuesday is michigan where new cbs news battleground tracker polls show trump comfortably ahead of the pack. among michigan democrats clinton is about ten points ahead of sanders. democrats are debating tonight in flint. >> i'm thrilled we are adding to
>> here in michigan hillary clinton celebrated a land side victory in louisiana. bernie sanders won big in kansas and nebraska but those states are smaller and so clinton ended ended up with 55 new delegates, sanders, 47. sanders still insists he's the one gaining stream. >>-- steam. >> honestly i believe i am the candidate to create marnlg voter turnout and make sure we reason the white house. >> to prove that he will have to much ka up to clinton in michigan. she spent the weekend visiting african-american churches in detroit. >> madame president. >> oh my gosh. not yet. >> that sounds good. >> reporter: sanders took another approach. >> my view is different than secretary clintons. >> reporter: hammering clinton for her past support of free trade deals in a state hard hit by foreign competition. >> in every one of these major trade agreements, i have not only voted against them, but i have helped lead the opposition.
have made flint's water crisis a personal cause. >> clean water is not optional, my friends. >> clinton brings it up in almost every speech. >> we have to support them. >> until all the city's families have clean and safe water. >> reporter: on "face the nation" today john dikerson asked clinton why republican turnout is up so far and democratic turnout is down. >> i've gotten more votes than anybody run on either side. i've gotten more votes than donald trump although i'm sure he doesn't want to hear that. >> reporter: michigan with its 130 delegates is one of the largest states the candidates have competed in so far. but that's not the only reason it's important. both campaigns see this state as a bell weather for other rust belt states like ohio, indiana and illinois and that's what makes tonight's debate even more high stakes than usual, jeff, especially for sanders.
we will be right back. >> glor: in london a man has been charged with illegally boarding a plane at heathrow airport and locking himself inside the cockpit of a british airwayways jet. jonathan vig lottee is in london with the latest on this, jonathan? >> good evening, jeff, officials say a man broke through a security fence on london heathrow's per imter and ran to a british airways hangar where an empty boeing 747 was parked with its doors unlocked. the man identified as a 38 year old pert portuguese national locked himself inside the high security cockpit with full access to off the controls. emergency crews were quick to the scene but had a difficult time breaching the cockpit's bomb proof doors, they eventually broke in and arrested the manment his motive is unclear. police say they do not believe he is connected to terrorism in a statement heathrow says they are working with complis and security is under constant review. >> jonathan, thank you. if it seems like airport
longer, it's because they are. and the tsa says for now there is nothing they can do about it. here's jamie yuccas. >> tsa precheck over here. >> reporter: across the country long lines and frustrated passengers are stacking up at airport security checkpoints. >> this is bad. this is as bad as i have ever seen it. >> airlines have been warning passengers about longer waits online. travelers in minneapolis and atlanta have responded with choice tweets of their own. >> you are seeing a 10.5% increase in travel since 2011. >> reporter: today minnesota senator amy blobachar has said the record number of passer injuries traveling reflects a national trend. >> this is a problem that is not unique to the twin cities, it say problem going on across the country. >> reporter: nationally the number of tsa screeners is down 15% since 2011. tsa head peter neffenger told congress last week that the agency is taking steps to do
>> we are rethinking how we invest in technology and partnering with several airlines and airports to developing and installing in the near future a genetically improved passenger screening environment in a couple of key airports. >> atlanta airport general manager says the problems have gotten so bad, he's considering replacing tsa screeners with private security workers. in a recent letter to the head of the tsa, he said the airport is dreading the outcome of the summer of 2016. >> it wouldn't be the first time an airport privatized security workers. san francisco, kansas city and orlando have done it some travelers online say they have been getting to the airport two hours in advance of their flight and still missing it because of delays at security. >> glor: jamie yuccas, thank you. peyton manning will make it official tomorrow. is he retiring after 18 seasons in the nfl. here's barry petersen. >> even in the glow of winning super bowl 50, manning told cbs this morning retirement was on his mind.
it with ashley and i will pray about it. >> there will be a lot of words about manage but in sports the numbers often matter more. winning two super bowls, the nfl leader in passing yards and touchdown passes, off the field a busy pitchman showing off another talent, singing. >> epic comeback starts right here. >> but this season came with allegations in an al jazz eara deumary still under review by the nfl that a clinic in indiana sent the illegal performance enhancing drug to his home. manning's spokesman said his wife did receive a medication but manning angrily de nied getting any medication from her. >> have i done it the long way and the hardware way and to insinuate anything otherwise is defamation, a total joke and ticks me off. >> and new charges of sexual harassment from his days as a quarterback at the university of tennessee.
allegation out of court years ago. in five years he is eligible for the football hall of fame but this year he saf erred a hero's welcome in denver, a crowd estimated at a million heard manning as always share the glory. >> this season we had a lot of new players this season and guys that just worked hard and stuck together. >> reporter: a competing coach said he was like a computer who knew what he had done, what you are doing now. and he could figure out what you are planning to do later. jeff? >> glor: barry petersen, thank you very much. that is the cbs evening news tonight.
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canada and his wife will be guests of honor at a white house statete dinner later this week. the trade and the syrian refugee crisis will likely be on the menu. while we were with trudeau we found out he loves to box and is not afraid of a fight. >> people think that boxing is all about how hard you can hit your opponent. it's not. it's about how hard of a hit you can take and keep going. >> i am no expert but from what i know, what happened in the things that were torn up, it had to be like an atomic explosion. >> anderson cooper: he is talking about the explosion that killed 29 coal miners in a mine run by the man known as the king of coal, who just became the first c.e.o. of a major american company convicted of a workplace safety crime. >> this was a coal mine and a